Security services are available 24 hours per day - seven days a week, 365 days per year.
SafeWalk Program: Offered through UNB Saint John Security and Campus Patrol. Call Security at 648-5675 or Campus Patrol at 648-5911 to arrange for an escort around the campus. We also provide SafeWalk for the campus community to and from the Saint John Regional Hospital.
Campus Patrol: A student organization located in the AthleticscCentre whose members are employed by UNB Saint John to provide assistance to security. Campus Patrol assists with patrols of the campus from Monday evening to Friday evening provides security for all student events, and provides the evening SafeWalk service. They can be reached by calling 648-5911.
Access Control: To request keys or access cards to campus buildings and/or offices, please fill out a request form and send it to the Manager of Environmental Health, Safety & Security for approval.
Lost and Found: The main security office, in the foyer of the Athletics Centre, maintains a lost and found area. You can reach them at 648-5675.
Incident Investigations: Complete and forward Accident/Incident Report Form for security follow-up.
Student, Faculty and Staff ID Cards: To get a UNB Saint John ID card, come to room 119 in the Athletics Centre. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8am - 4pm. The initial card issue is at no cost, replacement for a lost or damaged card is $15. Please bring a government issued photo ID and have your student, faculty or staff ID number. Your ID Card can be preloaded with cash through Food Services and used at the Cafeteria, Commons Cafe, and Tim Hortons; further, your ID Card can be activated through security for access to Athletics and is used for print services at the Commons. Student discounts are widely available throughout Saint John with a valid ID Card.
Ergonomic Assessment: The aim of ergonomics is to create an effective workplace through proper workplace and job design.
Computer screen height, chair, desk, keyboard and mouse height and location as well as lighting, temperature and physical activity, all play an important role in contributing to a proper work environment.
Our department has been able to assist many persons with the information they require to arrange their workstation to prevent shoulder/backache/neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist pain, numbness or lack of circulation in fingers. In most situations it is simply a matter of rearranging equipment and cost is minimal. However, if the services of an ergonomic professional is required, the fee is approximately $95.00 per hour which departments would be required to pay.
Indoor Air Quality Testing: Upon investigation of indoor air quality complaints, our department maintains the ability to conduct appropriate indoor air quality testing and sampling. To maintain objectivity, our samples are sent out to local laboratories for analysis and determination of findings. Reports and recommendations resulting from air quality samples are communicated and followed up through the Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee (JOHS Comm).